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Conversion of Java Beans to hData

 
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I try to convert java beans to the hData for presentation. The hData is a XML file based on the C32 Schema. I think that there is no need to introduce the C32 schema. Anyway, it is a schema.

1. What is the approach to perform this task? Use JAXB first and then the XSLT processor to do the mapping?
2. If someone could show me JAXB and XSLT mapping examples to carry out the task? Or where I may find examples to practise because I am new to those technologies.

Thank you very much.
 
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